The EU regulators have been looking into Google in Europe for the last few years and now according to a recent report the search giant may face antitrust charges in Europe.
The news comes in a report from the Wall Street Journal the EU competition regulator is getting ready to bring antitrust charges against Google and this is expected to happen within the next few weeks.
The European Commission, the European Union’s top antitrust authority, has been asking companies that filed complaints against Google for permission to publish some information they previously submitted confidentially, according to several people familiar with the requests. Shopping, local and travel companies are among those that have been contacted, one of those people said.
These requests are apparently a strong indication that EU regulators will bring antitrust charges against Google and this could be the biggest antitrust case in Europe to date.Filed Under: Technology News